Glass with Vicki Payne

Episode Guide


Season 11


COLD METAL JEWELRY (#1113)

Jewelry designer Kim St. Jean uses hammers and other tools to create hand crafted earring designs.

BUSINESS CARD HOLDER (#1112)

Hot glass artist Filip Vogelpohl uses a glass torch and a pendant to create a business card holder.

DECORATIVE SOLDERING STYLES (#1111)

Vickie's soldering and metal techniques can help add interest and style to traditional glass work.

SEA HORSE (#1110)

Glass artist Shannon Hill uses torch working techniques to make a three dimensional glass seahorse.

COPPER FOIL TIPS (#1109)

Vicki teaches basic copper foil techniques and creates a colorful stained glass tulip panel.

BUTTONED UP (#1108)

Hot torch artist Aimee Perez teaches how to create her adorable glass buttons.

ISLAND PANEL (#1107)

Glass frit is used to blend colors for a fused glass panel displayed in an illuminating wall sconce.

EIGHT ARMS FOR YOUR NECK (#1106)

Popular warm glass torch artist Joshua Mazet makes an alluring octopus pendant using quiet colors.

TRES CHIC TROPICAL TRAY (#1105)

Vicki creates a colorful mosaic party tray with a hibiscus floral design. A wonderful gift idea!

BUTTERFLY BEADS (#1104)

Carla Beyerlein creates colorful glass butterfly beads using her experience in warm torch work.

CHARMING CHARM JEWELRY (#1103)

A stained glass scrapbook bracelet and a necklace with family pictures in square frames are made.

THE BOTTLE SLUMPER (#1102)

Artisan Theresa Farrar slumps bottles into fun creations with a glass kiln & fused glass techniques.

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